Assistant Ropes Course Instructor / Level 1 (Haliburton)
1551 Bark Lake Drive, Irondale, ON K0M 1X0, Canada
This 40 hour entry level certification teaches the technical, facilitation, and safety management skills required to lead low and high ropes programs. Course candidates explore adventure-based facilitation, standards, and effective operating procedures as they develop the safe attitude, skills, and knowledge that enable them to work on a ropes course.
Course ObjectivesBy the end of this course, instructor candidates will:
Have the skills to assist in high ropes operation including belaying, knot tying, set-up/take down, personal fall protection, and equipment use and care
Be familiar with adventure learning theories and practices especially their application to program leadership
Learn and practice safe operation and management aspects of high and low elements
Experience facilitating a low activity including its design, delivery, and debrief
Improve their ability to provide meaningful involvement opportunities for all participants
18 years of age
Willingness and ability to perform all tasks related to ropes course operation including spotting, belaying, climbing on belay, climbing on self belay to perform set-up / take-down
Previous participation in ropes course or climbing activities preferred
Please ensure that you have read and understood the Registration Policies.
Meals include lunch on first day of course, to lunch on last day.
This event leads to ACCT Certification. Please read the Certification FAQ's.
Organizations may purchase course seats without registering specific individuals. Registration "tickets" can be transferred at any time to an individual within your organization.
Taxes and fess included in pricing.
Assistant Ropes Course Instructor (Level 1 - Full) - Early Bird
Assistant Ropes Course Instructor (Level 1 - Full)